I'm not a mathematician and this lecture is based on a broader idea of how to structure your work (your M.Sc. Thesis, Office stuff, School courses etc.).
The 4 key notes about how to structure your work:
I.[until 0:42] Search the literature; (he also shows the opposite)
Keep your notes; (write a notebook and date your stuff)
Reach out; (talk to people, keep searching, similar to I.)
Try to learn something new everyday.
His talk about why the 3 math yearbooks should merge [0:29], and the delay of the publications [0:25] is very interesting since in every area of knowledge there are thousands of magazines, congresses, journals etc. How to organize this mess? How/Where to find what you're trying to learn? Has someone already done it?
He suggest's your library, so i don't think he know's internet. I would suggest you all to take a look at:
Wikipedia (and edit it correctly): http://www.wikipedia.org
and, of course, google.